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RICE WORKSHOP 2015: Pre-and Postharvest 2015 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 March 2015 04:08

Sri-Lovely Organic Rice Farm

SEACON took part in a workshop on pre-and postharvest management of rice was organized by SRI-Mas, UKM, UPM, GrainPro Inc, KEDA and Department of Agriculture.

The workshop was hosted at the organic rice farm SRI-Lovely in Kampung Lintang, Kedah, with a group of almost 30 participants that included young aspiring farmers from MADA Rice Training Center, Koperasi Agro Belantek Sik Sdn. Bhd., BERNAS, FTC, MARDI, UKM, UPM, UUM, and NS Nature Rice.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 July 2015 18:15
Cambodian Agricultural Research Center Honored PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 24 June 2013 23:10
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WASHINGTON DC - The Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture has been recognized for its contributions to Cambodians by the a group of experts at Food Tank.
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Addressing emerging food crisis PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 26 April 2011 23:19

By Aurora Regalado, Hazel Tanchuling, Jessica Reyes-Cantos
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 22:13:00 04/02/2011

Filed Under: Food, Agriculture, Poverty

WE HAVEN’T really gotten over the impact of the 2008 food crisis, and yet another one is unfolding. Global food prices have hit record levels, largely driven by soaring prices of cereals, meat and dairy products. (See sidebar.)

Crude prices have also surged amid the conflict in North Africa and protests in the Middle East.

Rising fuel costs mean higher prices of essential commodities, transport and, of course, food.

The emerging food crisis is not immediately attributable to rice but more to wheat and sugar. Buffer rice stocks from 2009 to 2010 rose significantly in many countries, including Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, showing that rice security was of utmost concern to the region. (See table.)

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Monday, 05 April 2010 22:33
The Chronicle of the Malaysian Leg of the Asian Farmers' Exchange Program
21 April 2002

The Exchange visit was hosted by DHRRA-Malaysia (formerly known as DHRRA Network Malaysia), showcasing the civil society's synergistic efforts to support the government's objectives to ensure food security.  DHRRA-Malaysia, also member of AsiaDHRRA, sees the needs to link circles of farmers groups and rural communities through various initiatives at the local level.

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Saturday, 03 April 2010 04:57
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History of SRI in Cambodia

The director of the Center for Studies and Development of Cambodian Agriculture (CEDAC), Dr.Y.S. Koma, first tried SRI methods in 1999 after reading about them in the ILEIA newsletter. Given the increases in yield attained, with reductions in seed and water requirements, and thus greater profitability for farmers, the government officially began promoting SRI in 2005. Now all Provincial Departments of Agriculture (PDAs) are implementing SRI extension in their rice programs. There are also at least 47 NGOs and development projects involved in promoting SRI in different parts of Cambodia. Since 2004, there is a national SRI secretariat hosted by MAFFs Department of Agronomy and Agriculture Land Improvement with technical support from CEDAC and funding support from GTZ (German Technical Cooperation Agency), Oxfam America and GB, FAO and HEKS (A Swiss NGO). For more information see Dr. Koma's Agriculture and Rural Development Discussion Note on proposed strategies to utilize the potential of rice production in Cambodia (June, 2008).

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